Counselors & Mental Health Professionals

Vraja Lila Dasi and Ekavira Das

Marital Counseling

Vraja Lila Dasi is Coach, Trainer and Mediator (focusing on communication), as well as the Director of The Institute for Applied Spiritual Technology.

Ekavira Das is a trained Hospice Caregiver, a certified Holistic Health Consultant, as well as a recent graduate from the Karuna Care Education program for pastoral care.


Dhanya Rico

Individual and couples therapy

Dhanya Rico, M.Ed.Ed.S. offers counseling services to adult individuals and couples, focusing on awakening wholeness and transformational healing. Dhanya is a graduate of the University of Florida, receiving her Master’s degree in Counseling and Counselor Education, and her Specialist’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is also a Yoga Alliance registered yoga teacher through The Bhakti Center NYC.


Katelin Knapp

Trauma therapy

Katelin has specialized in working with individuals who have suffered from complex relational trauma as well as dissociative disorders. In addition, she’s extremely passionate about working with women who have suffered from intimate partner violence and abuse. She also regularly works with various mental health concerns, such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues (couples and adult family counselling), self-esteem and identity issues.


Sangita Dasi

Grief Support

Susan Pattinson, Registered Hospice Nurse & Certified Grief Counselor (1994)

Co-Founder of Vaishnavas C.A.R.E. (Counseling, Assistance, Resource, & Education for the Terminally ill & Those in Need)


Cedric D’Souza


Cedric D’Souza, MA. Clinical Psychology from Pune University, 2017

Offers counseling and consulting, focusing on Behavioral Therapy, guidance and emotional support, and trauma and depression management.


Akrura Das


Akrura Das took professional training from coaching academies in England.

Serving the Bhagavad-gita by helping people to apply it through his Gita Coaching program, he offers personal and group coaching to devotees all over the world both in person and online



To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. No matter what you’re facing, you deserve to be connected to help. Things can get better. Healing is possible.


Grihastha Vision Team Counselors

Various Grihastha Vision Team members offer one on one, and couple to couple, marriage education or personal counselling sessions online, in person and by phone. Fees vary per counselors and services.


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